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out there at least some of which including the mutual association of new york here in new york city are getting tax payer dollars yet we don't know what they are actually doing with that money. >> it's not acorn. these are new groups. it's not the same thing. >> these are groups that have the same directors have the same tax id numbers tame employer identification numbers in many cases the same employees. >> congress cuts them off they change names. >> i can tell you when i worked at the house over site committee as an investigator we went to an inspector general's office and an auditor told staff when we found direct evidence of say corn housing misusing federal grant money the auditor said, look, it's $10 million. it's a $10 million grant. when you are dealing with that little amount of money we don't send an audit. >> these are poverty workers i assume most of them are helping people there are a few bad apples or acorns. but so what if it's the same people. they weren't all trying to help the fake pimp break the law. >> it is special concern if they are getting our tax dollars to
as well as some of the major cities in the region. at this stage everybody is confident that the staging pro is 70s, the prepositioning of resources, commodities, equipment needed to respond to the storm are in place. but as craig has emphasized, this hasn't hit landfall yet so we don't yet know where it is going to hit, where we are going to see the biggest impacts and that is exactly why it is is so important for us to respond big and respond fast as local information starts coming in. i want to thank all of the members of the team for the outstanding work that they are are doing but the other thing that makes this storm unique is we anticipate it is going to be slow moving. that means that it may take a long time not only to clear but also to get for example the power companies back be in to clear trees and to put things back in place so that folks can start moving back home. so my main message to everybody involved is that we have to take this seriously, the federal government is working effectively with the state and local governments. it is going to be very important that populatio
and will act immediately to ensure that is not the case by reversing the mexico city policy and he would, indeed, sign the legislation that protects -- that further protects innocent human life is, he is completely consistent here. >> chris: let's talk about what david axel rod brought up on the question of taxes. paul ryan got roughed up for failing to explain how you will pay for the 20 about percent cut in tax rates by limiting deductions. let's take a look. here it is. >> we want to work with the congress on how best to achieve this. that means success. >> with no specifics. >> lower tax rates 20%. start with the wealthy. work with congress to do it. >> chris: ryan is saying we don't want to get themed in let's leave it with negotiations with congress to get into the details. why is it all right to tell voters about the candy, hey, everybody is going to get a 20% cut on their tax rates but let's not tell them about the spinach which is you are going to lose some deductions. >> we have talked about losing deductions. >> chris: but haven't been specific. >> because in a campaign enviro
city policy and would, indeed, sign the legislation, that protects, further protects innocent human life and he's completely consistent here. >> chris: all right, let's talk about what david axelrod brought up in the question of taxes. in the vice presidential debate, paul ryan, once again, got roughed up for failing to explain how you'll pay for the 20% cut in tax rates by limiting deductions. let's take a look. >> i want to work with congress how best to achieve this, that means successful. what we are saying, lower tax rates 20%, start with the wealthy, work with congress to do it. >> chris: ryan is saying, we don't want to get hemmed in. let's leave it to congress. why is it all right to tell voters about the candy, everybody gets a 20% tax cut -- cut in their tax rates and let's not tell them about the spinach, where you lose deductions. >> in a campaign environment, to start negotiating in a campaign environment you will lock in republicans and lock in democrats... >> chris: you locked in the 20% tax rate. >> i think people understand that that is a broad principle, that that
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's what we see in inner cities where they make workers stay home. open landfills are rampant and drinking water is polluted. >> the environmental justice says the keystone pipeline will end up in port arthur, texas. the refining process will therefore pollute. >> i would say that's one more fabrication used to retard our production in this country. those people need jobs. >> i have been working with people at port arthur their biggest request is to have more oil jobs. that's what the pipeline would bring. >> harry olson national black chamber of commerce doubts concerns about environmental justice are sincere. >> i don't think our epa merchandi administrator jackson is rolling over at night thinking about the poor blacks in port arthur texas. >> they think the obama administration employs many bogus arguments against fossil fuels. >> several years ago they had the billings to get offshore alaska. obama epa held that up with various image tive reasons for a total of 3 years. >> the most imaginative delay tactic he says the vessels they would approach air permissible levels. >> action by th
city they didn't have the same feeling and they do now and i should say, even in california, the local cbs-5 poll, showing an 8-point gain for mitt romney, he's still, what, 14 points behind in california but if he is moving up that far in california that is not insignificant. i think without a doubt, mitt romney in this debate has to show the connection and ability to be self-deprecating but on the march and staying off the defensive. when he's on the defensive i think he looks weak and he has to stay on the march. >> chris: what is the top priority, bob for the president in the debate and given it is a town hall, how does he get more aggressive with romney when he has to respond to the questions of real people about their real problems and he's not just getting questions from reporters? >> well, to answer your broad question, the race is volatile and can go either direction, i think. and what is really important for obama, he can't come on in the next debate, and all of a sudden be a different person. in a radical way. people are going to say, wait, is it showmanship? and i think the
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